Lexi Belculfine has spent the last three years as a reporter for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, covering City Hall as well as handling police, crime, general assignment and breaking news for the newspaper and its website. Prior to her time as a reporter, Lexi worked as a copy editor.
“We’re thrilled to have someone so smart, energetic and well-sourced in Pittsburgh to be The Incline’s editor,” said Jim Brady, CEO of Spirited Media, which owns and will operate The Incline. “Her love of journalism and of Pittsburgh made her a great fit for this position, and we look forward to having Lexi get started.”
“Billy Penn quickly established itself as the leading innovator in smart, accessible and important local news coverage and reader engagement in Philadelphia,” says Lexi. “I’m honored and eager to bring the best of that model to The Incline, where we’ll be committed to telling Pittsburgh’s untold stories, making the rest easier to navigate and helping bring readers together.”
A Penn State graduate, Lexi also served as editor of The Daily Collegian, the independent, student-run daily newspaper, during a particularly tumultuous time on campus — the filing of sexual assault charges against assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, the firing of legendary coach Joe Paterno, and his subsequent death. Lexi served as an officer in the Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh and is a board member of the Collegian’s Alumni Interest Group.
The Incline and 90.5 WESA are presenting the forum featuring Pittsburgh City Council member Darlene Harris, incumbent Mayor Bill Peduto and Rev. John Welch.
East Liberty? Andy Warhol? Revitalized? Primanti Bros.? BINGO!
Tell us about young leaders defining Pittsburgh’s beverage scene before 5 p.m. Friday, April 21.
Nominate the young leaders defining Pittsburgh’s food scene before 5 p.m. Thursday, March 16.
Roses are red, violets are blue. You’re better than fries on a salad, and I’d cross any bridge to get to you.
Tell us before 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16.
We are looking to bolster our sports coverage with local freelance reporters. Join us!
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Lindsey was most recently the special events administrator for the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation.
Who’s making Pittsburgh better through their work in neighborhoods and their communities?
Nominations have closed.
Read the PSO’s full statement — which outlines terms of the new contract — here.
Our mannequin challenge was 🔥🔥🔥
McLay announced today that his last day on the ground is Nov. 8.
“It saddens me to announce that Bayardstown Social Club is no more.”
Michael Bagdes-Canning said he would have done the same thing if it had been Hillary Clinton visiting Pittsburgh.
Tell us about young, dedicated Pittsburghers who are working hard for our city, leading their communities and making a difference every single day.
Trib Total Media will layoff 106 employees and print its last Pittsburgh Tribune-Review by Dec. 1.
Hillary Clinton’s snub of a national FOP questionnaire sealed the deal for the Pittsburgh police union.
She’ll handle The Incline’s Instagram and Snapchat accounts, so say hi to her there, too.